Overseas partnerships remain close

Ties between the Anglican Church of Canada and provinces of the Anglican Communion remain solid despite earlier statements made by two primates calling for the

Church awaits critical commission report

The Lambeth Commission is scheduled to release on Oct. 18 its much-awaited recommendations on how best to salvage the Anglican Communion, which has been torn

Church defends sanctuary

Sanja Pecelj, right, and her lawyer, Lee Cohen, at an Aug. 12 press conference announcing her decision to leave Canada and reapply as a permanent

Delegates help craft giant AIDS ribbon

Emily Wall (top), Judy Steers and Jennifer Henry (with baby Isabella) make their marks on squares of denim that formed a 40-foot-long AIDS ribbon. The

Partners note difficult process

St. Catharines, Ont. The issue of same-sex blessings was like an elephant in the room at General Synod – not even the Canadian ecumenical and

Bishop undergoes surgery for cancer

Dean Keith Joyce of Fredericton signs a giant “get well soon” card at General Synod for Bishop Victoria Matthews who withdrew from the primatial election

Hutchison is new primate

Newly-installed primate Archbishop Andrew Hutchison (left) accepts the primatial cross from Archbishop David Crawley, who had been acting primate (national archbishop) since February. St. Catharines,

Bequest buoys AIDS research

A man whose son died of AIDS in 1991 and his wife a year later of a heart attack has left his estate valued at

Mission is paramount, says gathering

Douglas Members of the Inter-Anglican Commission on Mission and Evangelism recently issued a communique stating their commitment to “living together in mission” despite serious disagreements

No move yet for national office

Don Fontaine (right), a construction supervisor, shows blueprints for 80 Hayden St. to Gailsie Stewart (left), a financial management and development staffer, and Leanne Larmondin,

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